PEP309 - built-in curry class (revisions)

Hemanth P.S. hemanth_sethuram at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 3 08:13:08 CET 2003


In IBM DeveloperWorks Python series, David Mertz wrote a series of
articles on
functional programming in Python. He used examples from xoltar
toolkit. It may help to take a look into it before developing
something from scratch.

--Hemanth P.S.

"Ben Wolfson" <wolfson at uchicago.edu> wrote in message news:<pan.2003.03.02.22.48.20.873301 at uchicago.edu>...
> On Sun, 02 Mar 2003 14:41:42 -0800, Peter Harris wrote:
> 
> > Scott David Daniels <Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org> wrote in message news:<3e5fa164$1 at nntp0.pdx.net>...
> >> Peter Harris wrote:
> >> > Carl Banks <imbosol-1046365979 at aerojockey.com> wrote in message news:<18s7a.35798$ep5.10090 at nwrddc02.gnilink.net>...
> >> >>Peter Harris wrote:
> >> >>>How about the following?
> >> >>>   Module to be called "functional" (it can be a home for
> >> >>>   operations on higher-order functions in general.)
> >> >>Good idea.
> >> 
> >> I agree as well.
> >> 
> > OK, 2 independent seconds for that, it's going in the PEP.
> 
> There already exist some higher-order functional modules; the Xoltar
> toolkit is a good one (sf.net/projects/xoltar-toolkit) though it doesn't
> look like it's been updated in a while.




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